This is Charles Jencks’ Landform at the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, which I visited for the first time today with my friend Marianne. We perused the impressive collection in the Modern One and then took a tea break in the sunshine. The Modern Two waits for another day.
Along with some old favourites — Magritte, Tanguy, de Chirico — I was particularly intrigued by the work of Richard Lindner and Peter Rose Pulham. The afternoon reminded me of how much I enjoy visiting art museums, and how I must take advantage of how many of them are so close (and free).